Season or no season, NHL 13 gives hockey fans exactly what they want: more realistic ice hockey action.
The developer says the game has 100 levels across four locations but fans can also create "challenges" that can be shared with others.
Physicists create a prototype of a very stable, although dim, laser which could improve atomic clocks and equipment, such as GPS, which rely on them.
The FIA Institute has been testing the feasibility of closed cockpit designs in the most awesome way possible -- by blasting various canopies with a 20kg wheel fired from a giant canon.
Claiming patent rights over the wireless technology, Wi-LAN launches a lawsuit against a wide range of tech companies, including Apple, HP, Motorola, and Sony.
Microsoft hasn't said much about its motion-sensing technology since E3, but CNET News' Ina Fried got a chance to check in on the development of Redmond's hottest technology.
The big stories from E3 2009 were not about console exclusive titles and freshly revealed games, but rather on just one idea — motion control.
After a bunch of (mostly) expected games, Microsoft's E3 press conference finally revealed something of greater interest and scope: Project Natal, the code-name for their well-rumored motion-sensing bar.
You may have played hundreds of iPhone games already; from the fantastic Crayon Physics Deluxe, to the painful Brothers In Arms, but you haven't played a game that is as perfect for this platform as Peggle.
Is the mobile Internet device as dead as the Netbook? No, but there's a long uphill climb before these gadgets find their natural market.